Researchers at the University of Granada have discovered compounds present in rosemary that are absorbed by the small intestine and help fight colorectal cancer. It´s a study held in collaboration with Centre for Research and development of functional foods (CIDAF) and Miguel Hernandez University of Alicante.
Terapiam is a technological innovation project that uses augmented reality to offer people with mobility issues a fun way of doing their rehabilitation exercises. This way, the recovery work carried out under the supervision physiotherapists is easier.
The ‘A pie de cama’ project aims to bring art and culture to hospitalized children. Through a multi-sensory book, children discover the works of the CajaGranada Museum from their hospital beds.
Scientists from the Andalusian Institute of Agricultural Research and Training in Cordoba have discovered the benefits of black tea for the human body. They have also discovered why this type of tea has heart-protecting properties, anti-cancer agents and anti-diabetic agents, and this finding is now used in investigations against different illnesses.